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They don’t have to be posting cute couple photos on Instagram everyday, but if they are hesitant about “making it Facebook official” that’s a red flag.
Are they hiding you from somebody else they are seeing? It’s hard to avoid jumping to the worst case scenarios, so you should have an open conversation about this, voicing your concerns.
Your partner should value and appreciate your time.
Everyone has boundaries, and boundaries are meant to be respected.
Without knowing what to look for, you could be wasting months (or years) of your dating life with the wrong partner.
Having gone through many lacklustre relationships and knowingly spent years of my life in ill-fitting pairings, this is a list that I wish I had been able to read when I was a teenager.
Or maybe they are ashamed of their friends or family, another possible red flag.
This is one of the most annoying and awkward red flags in my opinion.
Sure, people go through rough relationships and may want to vent about them when the time is right for being vulnerable, but the constant bashing of exes or calling exes crazy reflects more poorly on the person doing the bashing.
If you live with the mindset of “Well I took out the garbage/did the dishes/initiated sex last time, so it’s their turn today” then you are doomed to suffocate the life out of your partnership.
Don’t do this, and don’t tolerate your partner doing it to you.